A JetBlue passenger was forced to change her dress after the crew deemed her shorts to be too short and could offend other families.
Maggie McMuffin, a burlesque dancer, says that JetBlue employees told her that she "needed to put something else on or I would not be allowed to board the flight."
Stocks showed a lack of direction over the course of the trading session on Tuesday before finishing the day mixed. The lackluster performance came on the heels of the strong upward move shown by the markets last week.
Scott Magee, a blind Louisiana man, has filed a lawsuit against McDonald's alleging that the fast-food giant's late-night drive-thru policy discriminates blind customers.
Magee claims that the McDonald's late-night drive-thru policy violates the Americans with Disabilities Act by discriminating against...
Goldman Sachs (GS) has provided a loan of $75 million to software company Nutanix.
Goldman Sachs is already an equity investor and lead IPO advisor of Nutanix, which had filed for initial public offering about six months ago. Usually companies that have filed for IPO do not seek debt financing, however,...
Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) has cut the price of Xbox One bundles by $50 ahead of next month's Electronic Entertainment Expo.
The 500GB Xbox One bundled with either Quantum Break, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, The Lego Movie Videogame, Forza Motorsport 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, or Rare Replay is now...
With the California Democratic presidential primary looming, Governor Jerry Brown announced his support for frontrunner Hillary Clinton on Tuesday. Brown said he decided to vote for Clinton because it is the only path forward to defeat presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Stocks continue to turn in a lackluster performance in mid-day trading on Tuesday after initially showing a lack of direction. The modest moves on the day come on the heels of the strong upward move that was seen last week.
Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., and Democratic opponent Gov. Maggie Hassan are in a statistical dead heat in the New Hampshire senate race, according to the results of a new Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll.
The US Government has issued a Travel Alert warning its citizens of the risk of potential terrorist attacks throughout Europe, targeting major events, tourist sites, restaurants, commercial centers and transportation. The large number of tourists visiting Europe in the summer months will present greater targets for terrorists planning attacks in public locations, especially at large events, the
Following the strong upward move seen last week, stocks are turning in a relatively lackluster performance in early trading on Tuesday. The major averages have thus far shown only modest moves on the day.
Shares of Allergan plc rose in early trades Tuesday after billionaire investor Carl Icahn said he recently acquired a "large position" in the Botox maker and was very supportive of CEO Brent Saunders. Icahn did not disclose details of the stake he acquired in Allergan.
After reporting a drop in consumer confidence in the previous month, the Conference Board released a report on Tuesday showing that confidence unexpectedly declined further in May. The Conference Board said its consumer confidence index dropped to 92.6 in May from 94.7 in April.
Chicago-area business activity unexpectedly contracted in the month of May, MNI Indicators revealed in a report released on Tuesday. MNI Indicators said its Chicago business barometer dropped to 49.3 in May from 50.4 in April, with a reading below 50 indicating a contraction.
Harambe the gorilla, who was shot dead to save a four-year-old boy who fell into the zoo enclosure in Cincinatti, knew the boy was defenseless, and would never have attacked him, according to an Australian animal behavior expert. "If he was going to attack he would've warned him first. The first thing they do is charge and beat their chests and as far as I know that didn't happen," The Daily Tele
Personal spending in the U.S. increased by more than expected in the month of April, according to a report released by the Commerce Department on Tuesday. The Commerce Department said personal spending jumped by 1.0 percent in April after coming in unchanged in March.